Despite Court Ruling, Don’t Expect Airline Seat-Width Regulation

The Flyers Rights group and all of those passengers weary of the cabin crunch had a dramatic win this week when a court ruled that the FAA should regulate the size of airline seats, citing the safety implications of evacuating […]

Success for Drone Regulatory Programs During Bustling Christmas Season

Just before Christmas, the FAA marked the one year anniversary of its web-based drone registration system declaring it “an unqualified success.”

FAA to Fine SkyWest $295,750 for Drug Testing Violations

The FAA has proposed a $295,750 civil penalty against SkyWest Airlines, Inc. of St. George, Utah, for alleged violations of USDOT drug and alcohol testing requirements, in compliance with the Omnibus Transportation Employees Testing Act of 1991 and by DOT and […]